Library Courses

Bachelor's
students

 

Master's
students

 

PhD
candidates

 

Employees
 

Internet-based courses:
VIKO & Subject VIKO
 

Reference management software
EndNote

 

Subject Areas
 

Upcoming courses
 

Request a course
 

Library guidance
 

BACHELOR'S STUDENTS
Most courses for students are arranged for by the lecturer or department, and are offered in association with a specific subject or discipline.
Some courses are open, read more about available courses in upcoming courses.
Students may also form a group to arrange for a course.

Courses on finding and evaluating information
These courses address academic information searches (finding books, articles and other relavant information), along with the critical evaluation of information sources.

See also:
VIKO: help with academic writing and literature searches (and Internet course: teach yourself, or use as a reference)
UB's subject pages (recommendations for databases, journals, Internet-based resources and more.)

MASTER'S STUDENTS
Most courses for students are arranged for by the lecturer or department, and are offered in association with a specific subject or discipline.
Some courses are open; read more about available courses in upcoming courses.
Students may also form a group to arrange for a course.

Courses on finding and evaluating information
These courses address academic information searches (finding books, articles and other relavant information), along with the critical evaluation of information sources.

See also:
VIKO: help with academic writing and literature searches (this is an Internet course, which you can use to teach yourself, or use as a reference)
UB's subject pages (recommendations for databases, journals, Internet-based resources and more.)

Endnote
The reference management tool, EndNote, enables you to store your references and bibliographic information, insert citations into papers and articles and create reference lists. You will find more information about the software, including guidance and tips, on the library's EndNote page.
You can also check on the upcoming courses page to look for EndNote courses.
The Dragvoll Library also arranges courses on EndNote upon request for groups of 6-12 people.

PhD CANDIDATES
PhD candidates are offered courses or individual guidance in support of their research projects. The courses include training about information sources that is tailored to different research areas, along with the use of e-support systems and EndNote.  EndNote is a reference management tool that can help you store your references, insert references into papers and articles, and allows you to create reference lists.
Learn more about upcoming courses

Se also
Phd on track: help with literature searches, academic writing and publishing (this is an Internet course, which you can use to teach yourself)

EndNote
The reference management tool, EndNote, enables you to store your references and bibliographic information, insert citations into papers and articles and create reference lists. You will find more information about the software, including guidance and tips, on the library's EndNote page.
You can also check on the upcoming courses page to look for EndNote courses.
The Dragvoll Library also arranges courses on EndNote upon request for groups of 6-12 people.

EMPLOYEES
Employees are offered courses and individual guidance, with an emphasis on the latest knowledge on the use of information sources and e-support systems. The courses can be tailored to employee needs.
Employees may also take courses on EndNote, which is reference management software.EndNote can help you store references, insert citations into papers and articles, and create reference lists.

The library also offers courses to students at all levels, and lecturers/instructors are welcome to request courses from us.

NTNU Open CourseWare
You can download lectures and other video podcasts from  NTNU iTunesU (requires iTunes), or you can see videos right from your browser from our alternative, NTNU openVideo (you can also find RSS feeds here).